We have secured funding to increase and modernise our existing facilities, enabling us to expand our service to the public and private sector, as well as the local community as a whole.
The Black Mountain Centre is so much more than just a Community Centre.
At the heart of the local community the Centre is a one-stop shop for the residents of Brynaman and the surrounding area. It provides a non-threatening place where local people can drop in for a cup of tea, a meal or just to find out what is going on in the village.
The Centre provides educational classes and courses, a part-time library, doctor’s surgery, police surgery, outreach services, Credit Union, as well as IT facilities and access to the Internet.
The Black Mountain Restaurant, located at the heart of the Centre - is a comfortable and informal place to meet friends and family for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or just a coffee and a chat. Enjoy our traditional home cooked food as well as tasty daily specials.
We are open from 9.00am until 4.30pm, Monday to Friday, as well as being available for private events.
We have a selection of rooms for hire, catering for all requirements.
It is an exciting time for the village of Brynaman and the surrounding area, and we are keen to develop sustainable and economic growth, through Tourism, as well as being a Centre of Excellence for Education.
Meet the Staff.....
We have a fantastic team at the Centre who are always happy to help.
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Siân Tucker is the Strategic Development Officer and oversees the running of the Centre and Cafe.
Always approachable and willing to help at all times.
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Pauline is our Finance Officer and deals with all of the Centre's financial accounts. Pauline has been employed
at the Centre for a number of years and is very experienced within her role.
Scott is the Office Administrator at the Black Mountain Centre and has been employed here for a number of years.
Formerly working on a 3 year fixed term Big Lottery project Scott was fortunate to secure a post for a further year.
Scott was born and bred in Brynaman therefore has a wealth of knowledge of the village/community
and its surrounding area. Scott is very approachable and always happy to help.
Lowri Harries is employed as the Receptionist at the Centre and oversees the day to day running of customer
service and volunteerco-ordination. Very approachable and always happy to help.
Ffion Wyn James
Ffion's post as Marketing Officer is funded by Carmarthenshrie County Council on a 14 month contract.
She deals with all marketing matters regarding the Centre. Ffion's main aim is to increase the Centre's usage
and publicise a varying programme of classes and activities.
Linda is employed as the Time Bank Officer at the Centre on a fixed term basis for 1 year funded by the
Big Lottery Village SOS. Linda's role is to develop and manage the Timebank by recruiting volunteer members
and identifying skills and needs within the community.
For further information on becoming a volunteer please contact Linda on 01269 823400.